MUSIC lovers are being reminded they can still buy tickets to a popular festival at a famous Romsey estate this summer.

Park Proms will take over Broadlands from August 27 to August 28.

The first night will be headlined by The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra - conducted by Pete Harrison.

The 78-piece orchestra will play a 'last night of the proms' styled concert with a number of pieces from films including Harry Potter, James Bond, Star Wars and Superman.

The first evening will also feature Aled Jones, Laura Wright, Escala and The Travelling Hands.

Headlining Saturday, August 28 will be BRIT Award winning James Morrison and Pixie Lott.

Pixie catapulted to worldwide fame in 2009 when she was signed to Universal Music and with the release of her debut album, Turn It Up. The album reached Multi-Platinum status on the strength of five consecutive top 20 singles.

Included in the line-up is three-piece Scouting For Girls of ‘She’s so lovely’ fame.

Eliza and the Bear join the talented line up, adding an indie folk touch to the night.

The band are a London-based quintet.

The event hosts local street food options and a hospitality lounge for those seeking a 'VIP' experience.

For revellers staying for the weekend, there are glamping camping sites no more than five minutes away from the event – including guest houses, bed & breakfasts and hotels nearby.

Tickets are available now from the Park Proms website.

Park Proms also assures all customers that their tickets are safe.

If the event cannot take place, they offer a ‘ticket promise’ – You may receive a full refund or carry your ticket over to 2022.